Dr Hulda Clark developped
the technology of
zapper, based on a frequency
about 30.000 Hertz. Our Zapper K100 displayes this broadband program of Dr
Clark. For more information, we recommend the book “The
for all deseases” (see books).
is much more efficient to use different
specific frequencies, e.g. of parasites, bacteria, viruses and fungal
The multiple frequency zapper allocates the whole scope of
by Dr Clark, moreover all frequencies of Dr
Alan Baklayan, Peter Schmalzl and
other frequency therapy scientists. All
frequencies are stored on
chip cards. Each chip card contains numerous healing frequencies
- the program runs
Moreover, the frequency generators allow selecting and
Clark and Rife
frequencies. At the end of her life, Dr Clark
invented the Zappicator
food zapper offering
cleanse of nutrition, water, cosmetics, clothing etc.
Besides we provide the Quickzap Powertube devices,
invented by Martin Frischknecht, Switzerland.
Dr Royal Rife was a physician and developed the frequency therapy in the first half of the 20th century. If he
searched a new technology for his scientific experiments, he just invented one.
For example a microscope with a capacity of 30.000-fold enlargement. This method allowed him for the first time to see a living virus. He found out that many diseases, which up to this time were not classified as viral diseases, were actually caused by viruses.
The biologist Dr Hulda Clark continued
the work of Dr Rife. She discovered many viruses, bacteria and parasites as disease causing agents and identified their frequencies.
The frequency spectrum of Dr. Clark is found in the Kilohertz range (approximately 300-500 kHz) whereas the Rife frequencies are in the Hertz range (20 - 10.000 Hz).
Dr Clark contributed a great deal towards research and understanding of the relations of diseases, pathogens and environmental pollution. These fascinating interrelations are explained in her
books (available here). It was her concern that everybody can cure himself. Practitioner Alan Baklayan in Munich continues
this way - the research on frequency therapy.